Category Archives: Internet Governance

Repost: Trolling the Caspian

This piece originally appeared on the Canadian International Council’s OpenCanada website. Circuit editors Madeline Carr and Sarah Logan presented on viral hatred and online counter-radicalisation at the seventh Internet Governance Forum, held in Baku, Azerbaijan, in November 2012. It was … Continue reading

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Book Review: Access Contested: Security, Identity and Resistance in Asian Cyberspace

We have one copy of this excellent book to give away – just scroll down and leave a comment to enter the draw! Last week Thailand became the first country in the world to endorse Twitter’s new censorship policy. Despite … Continue reading

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